Jack Perry, also known as Jungle Boy in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), has sparked controversy by joining New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s (NJPW) House of Torture faction. Following his debut with HOT at NJPW’s 52nd Anniversary show, Perry issued a post-match statement addressing criticisms of his association with the group.

In his post-match comments, Perry defended House of Torture’s approach to professional wrestling. He also dismissed internet comments, praising HOT members for their genuineness and desire to push limits. Perry’s aggressive stance toward critics ended in a strong statement that if you don’t like him in House of Torture, to cry him a river.

“I see a lot of people on the internet talk shit about the House of Torture. Why? I appreciate these guys because they’re not afraid to be themselves. They’re not afraid to do what has to be done. Everybody out there complaining, cry me a fucking river.”

Perry’s involvement with the group is a dramatic change from his prior partnerships, raising doubts about his goals and plans in the NJPW environment. The wrestler’s history of controversial antics, like as his infamous usage of actual glass at AEW All In and a backstage brawl with CM Punk, adds to the depth of the emerging drama.

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As Perry starts on this new chapter in his career, fans and critics alike are left wondering about the implications of his partnership with House of Torture, as well as the possible consequences for his future in both NJPW and AEW. Stay tuned to Ringside News for more!

What do you think of Perry’s comments? What do you think of his move to House of Torture? Let us know in the comments!

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